1. Lutherans have a unique heritage that makes teaching predestination doubly difficult.
  2. What might Christians of the Reformation tradition think of claims like these about the nature of salvation?
  3. Hains offers a novel yet simple contention: Luther is most catholic where he is boldest.
  4. An immense amount of ink has been spilled contesting and interpreting Bonhoeffer's significance as a figure of Christian history and a theologian of the church.
  5. What Luther is doing in his Catechism is teaching how the gospel is an action of the whole Trinity, not just one of the persons.
  6. Caleb is joined by John Hoyum and Kelsi Klembara to talk about Luther’s explanation of the first article of the Apostles Creed.
  7. Christ’s indwelling in the Christian must be tied relentlessly to these external and objective events of God’s own action.
  8. Being a member of a church connects people to the whole reason the church has for existing: that we might obtain justifying faith in Jesus Christ through Word and Sacrament.